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Civil Servants Required to Report Wealth
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:The Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucracy Reform is preparing a regulation which requires civil servants to report their wealth. The report can be submitted to the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) or the civil servants’ respective ministries. “We are conducting a discussion on the regulation with the Supreme Audit Agency [BPK] and the ministry,” said Minister of Administrative Reforms Azwar Abubakar in Jakarta on Sunday. Azwar said that the policy will regulate the reporting mechanism. So far, civil servants are only required to report their wealth to their respective ministerial directorate-general. The regulation is expected to be one of the ways to monitor civil servants’ accounts. Azwar went on that civil servants’ accounts have been difficult to monitor because not all employees are required to report their wealth to the KPK—only those who fall in the category of state administration officers are required to report their wealth, such as echelon I officers and legislators. RUSMAN PARAQBUEQ | FRANSISCO ROSARIANS